The Tokyo Auto Salon has traditionally been known for all the cool custom concept cars that carmakers and aftermarket tuners showcase, giving us a glimpse of our tuner automotive future. Yet even as it goes virtual this year, it is still going to be the venue for some cool concepts such as these two little cars from Honda.echo adrotate_group(19);
First up is the Fit (Jazz) that’s dubbed as the HEV Crosstar. Inspired by Honda’s own Hunter Club motorbike, it has an off-road look courtesy of its black steel wheels wrapped in Toyo off-road tires, as well as a Yakima roof rack and black accents to break up the beige paint finish. And yes, it is raised a bit to complete the off-road vibe.
The other concept that will be displayed is the N-Van. This adorable little number is inspired by a mobile cafe, as seen from its stainless steel covering, red and white awning, hanging lights, a menu book, three amber running lights above the windshield, and a silver roof rack. This is finished off by black wheels.
Get to see these and other cool concepts and dressed up rides at this year’s Tokyo Auto Salon, which will run online from January 15, 2021 at TOKYO AUTO SALON 2021 | 東京オートサロン公式サ